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Rafael Taboryski

  • Associate Professor, PhD
  • Associate Professor, Group leader
  • Technical University of Denmark
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  • 1216CitationsNumber of citations received by Rafael's publications. Updated daily.

Recent publications

  • Direct nanoimprinting of moth-eye structures in chalcogenide glass for broadband antireflection in the mid-infrared

    • Lotz M
    • Petersen C
    • Markos C
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    1Citations
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  • Electroosmotic flow in microchannel with black silicon nanostructures

    • Lim A
    • Lim C
    • Lam Y
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    2Citations
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Professional experience

Associate Professor, Group leader

Technical University of Denmark

January 2008 - Present

Senior Researcher, Head of Programme

RISØ National Laboratory

January 2007 - January 2008(a year)

Director & Project Manager, “Consumables Technology”

Sophion Bioscience A/S

January 2001 - January 2007(6 years)

Staff Scientist

Danish Fundamental Metrology A/S

January 1999 - January 2001(2 years)

Assistant Professor, Associate Professor

Technical University of Denmark

January 1994 - January 1999(5 years)

Research fellow

University of Cambridge

January 1993 - January 1994(a year)

postdoc

University of Copenhagen

January 1992 - January 1993(a year)

Education

Niels Bohr Institute

Univesity of Copenhagen

January 1989 - January 1992(3 years)

Physics

University of Copenhagen

January 1983 - January 1989(6 years)

Research interests

SemiconductorsElectrochemistryElectrophysiologyConducting polymersPolymersMicrofabricationMicro- and nanotechnologyPhysics

About

Rafael Taboryski (RT) is associate professor at DTU at the Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology, where he teaches and researches in physics and nanotechnology. RT graduated in Physics from the University of Copenhagen (KU) and acquired his PhD degree in 1992 also from KU. RT’s employment record comprises the University of Cambridge as Postdoc, Danish Fundamental Metrology as Staff Scientist and at Sophion Bioscience A / S, where he headed the development of the company's biochip.

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